Getting yourself an idea and using your brain for thought is one thing, but getting yourself actually moving with pen to paper (or fingers to . . .
Writing stories is fun, but it can also be hard. You have to come up with an idea and then write it down, which can . . .
This is a piece of advice that I wish someone said to me when I started writing Oblivious. When I wrote the first several hundred . . .
Now, I am not going to make an argument about which version is correct (or better), but I am going to point out the differences . . .
When most people hear that I have written a book, the first thing they say is “I wouldn’t even know where to begin.” Well that . . .
It is a word that is used too often by people who try to emphasise an object, person or action within their work. When writing, . . .
When I started my first book, the biggest challenge was trying to pick a name for my lead character, and then for the other characters . . .
I often see advice from people suggesting that you need to allocate yourself a set amount of time each day or week to writing; you . . .